Live painting for Five Live Surawisesa event at SMAN 5 Bandung. This time I shared a panel with FSA (Five Street Art) which is an extracurricular group who practices street art. The whole concept of the event was interesting, actually. Their theme was based on a Sundanese character, Surawisesa. Their focus was to bring back the Sundanese culture in Bandung as young people nowadays are forgetting the traditional values of their own culture. I also was asked to make an artwork for their event t-shirt. I had a great time and would like to thank Hakiki and all the cool students at SMAN 5 Bandung.
Here, Take My Smile | Acrylics on Canvas (60cm x 60cm), 2013
The sketch of this painting was taken from one of my daily drawings. If I can remember the day I made the sketch was when I had to meet many people that day. It made me have to perform a smile every time I met a person. You could say they were fake smiles but they weren't because smiles are actually powerful. Powerful enough to make someone have a nice day. So here, take my smile.
*Exhibited for Graffiti Asia at The Space Bangkok
I had the chance to work with Danone Aqua on their project called "Temukan Indonesiamu" -find your Indonesia. This project is very interesting because it tells us to find our Indonesia. A good cause indeed because younger generations here seem to forget where they come from and with this campaign I think it can help remind them who they are and how rich of cultures we have. I spent three long days along with four other artists (Tutu, Sidvizeus, Robowobo and Gula) in an airbrush workshop to work on the vinyls that was later going to be put up on bus shelters in Jakarta. It was a very nice experience for all of us and I really enjoyed the time working on this. Thank you to Plussixtwo and Aqua.
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